White Girls Rap About Ak-47's & Drop The N-Word? Peep Freestyle From V-Nasty Of White Girl Mob

 

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We previously told you about Kreayshawn of the White Girl Mob signing a million dollar deal with Sony after her song "Gucci Gucci" became a youtube hit.

A couple of days later she spoke with Complex and clarified things. The Sony deal is on the table, but not yet signed. Other labels are still in a rush to sign the East Oakland rapper.

"We're definitely wanted. It's just basically coming down to who we're going with," she said. "It's like picking a prom date, for life or something. But like I said, So So Def has made a really strong push [laughs]. I'm really close to Jermaine Dupri now."

[As far as the deal with Sony] nothing is finalized yet,” she continued. “We took meetings with every label. They’re not the only people we met with. We’ll make an announcement when everybody is ready, but right now, that’s basically just a rushed ahead rumor. It’s not that exciting. Whatever we end up choosing, it’s going to be a well-thought out decision.

 


Kreayshawn

Kreayshawn's sister V-Nasty, 1/3 of the White Girl Mob has caused quite a stir as well. While she doesn't have a hit song out like her sister, she has dropped a couple of freestyles in which she frequently uses the word n*gga and raps about being a "shooter."

Check out her latest freestyle video below and let us know what you think.

 



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Comment by EscoHolla on June 5, 2011 at 1:54am
ayo son, f*** all that dumb s***, i wonna smash
Comment by Gooze on June 5, 2011 at 1:19am
this is a joke and not cause she said n****, but just because it is.
Comment by X-pert Pupil on June 5, 2011 at 1:13am
Peep this there will NEVER BE ANOTHER P.E., but there will be TONS of GUCCI MANE's in the Future. Thats means that hiphop is DEAD. Thanks 2 US
Comment by A'SET on June 5, 2011 at 1:10am
She kinda sound like Easy E.
Comment by A'SET on June 5, 2011 at 1:04am
Oh s*** LMAOOOOOO, did I just see a newport box in shorty pocket? Damn they can't be serious now hiphop is offically DEAD.
Comment by Trae Lockey on June 5, 2011 at 1:00am
did this dude franchise really think anyone cares to read his life long story?
Comment by X-pert Pupil on June 5, 2011 at 12:59am
@ Franchise-I fel you I live in the burbs I moved 2 america and lived in ky some peple were cool, and some were idiots. Now that being said the whites in the burbs left the city after the riots, this left THEM BITTER. They flood drugs and guns in the lives and from that came HIPHOP. From that came gangster rap, which made artist like Ghetto boys and etc. Now from that you have white kids calling themselves n*****, and feel free 2 call you one in the name HIPHOP-what part of the game is that? They stereotype you, then allow you 2 get paid off the stereotype-it's all buffoonery, and they LOVE IT. Thats why REAL HIPHOP MAKE NO MONEY as a whole.
Comment by k.Cr!p on June 5, 2011 at 12:58am
yo franchise who da fuc asked u ..nobody wanna hear ya life story ..get yo self a diary b**** nicca..an yo this s*** super waccc..
Comment by JesusTheGodSon on June 5, 2011 at 12:36am
Hahaha Dam Really.? HipHop And Rap Spost To Be To Help N***** In The Struggle On The Grind.! Wats This Spost To Help Us With.? Nothn.. Jus Gona Be Another Lil B And SouljaBoy Clown Tryna Hop In The Game On Some BS.!!!!! Im Not A Hater But On Some Real We Need Some Of That Real S*** Back In The Game.!!!!! F*** All This BS.!
Comment by Franchise on June 4, 2011 at 11:35pm
@Sun: Yo my dude I've been in the burbs most my life.Yeah I have lived in major cities,yeah I've lived in the hood but at the end of the day where anyone lives means nothing when your dealing with human beings feel me..It's either you were raised correct or you had a rough one and no one gave you an understanding of other cultures..I had it rough coming up but my mother had enough sense to instill morals and a strong understanding of other walks of life on this planet..So being from the burbs my dude.I do not look at the struggle and sit back and laugh feel me..That would be dead wrong of me especially being some one who has lived in the hood and knows the pain and struggle of daily life when you live in it.And please don't take this as I'm trying to get at you ya dig.I just wanted to address that one part of your post but everything else your saying is real talk and I agree with you 100% This is the type of music that's killing the game..And whats most sad to know speaking for me and only me.Is that these wack a** labels are actually Trying to sign this BS!!..Hip Hop WAKE UP!!..In the era of Kool Mo Dee,N.W.A,Big Daddy Kane,KRS1 and BDP,Black Moon,Tribe Called Quest,DJ Red Alert,Craig G,Slick Rick,Public Enemy,RUN DMC,KMD,The White boys who were super dope with making black music 3RD Bass,EPMD,Y'all Remember DAS EFX,Lords Of The Underground,X-Clan,Brand Nubian,Dela Soul,LL COOL J,Jeru The Damaja,Smith & Wesson,Helta Skelta,BIG L,etc etc I could go on for days.Those names I just put down would smack the ish out of this little RE-TARD! HAHA..Real talk..HIP HOP WAKE UP!!! The culture we all love as fans of Hip Hop is being stolen from us by the major labels and what they do is sign trash and pump it out to the masses.And in return they get a boat load of cash from a boat load of stupid people(YES I SAID STUPID! IF YOU LISTEN TO MUSIC OF THIS GRADE.YOUR STRAIGHT STUPID!) and what that does to the culture and to the music as a whole.Is make other people who number in the millions and people such as myself start to dislike The music coming from the culture that I grew up on and love.It's a sad sad day when the labels are longer looking for Emcee's to put out solid hits that not only make people want to dance but it also makes them think and could even change some ones life.So instead they go and sign trash like WGM and the other wack as hell acts that are popping up everywhere as a way to destroy the culture and make it something else.Whatever that something else may be feel me but it's deff NOT real Hip Hop..Y'all feel what I'm talking about?? I sure hope so...1



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